As requested, I've bundled all my CAMPING units into one discounted bundle!
**Camping Label the Picture Kids love to label pictures! Your students will love labeling these pages all about Camping! Each page includes the traditional label the picture printable and a "Cut and Glue" version as well. All pages come in both color and NO PREP black and white copies.
These printables are perfect for the science center, writing station, morning work, small groups, literacy tubs, independent practice, homework, early finishers, 5-minute fillers or sub plans.
The color copies can be used with a dry erase marker by either laminating the pages or sliding them into page protectors (and easily store them in a binder!) The NO PREP copies are ready for you to print and go!
**How to Make a S'more Your students will be asking for S'MORE with this How to Make a S'more writing unit! Your students will love using their senses about this sweet treat and creating their S'more craftivities!
This unit is great for a "How-To" writing lesson and it's the perfect addition to any CAMPING unit.
How to Make a S'more unit includes: S'more word bank pre-writing / graphic organizers S'more graphic organizers using senses How to Make a S'more pre-writing recipe steps (First, Next...) Themed writing printables Themed writing papers (primary/regular lined) How to Make a S'more tab book S'more craftivity How to Make a S'more student book
**Camping Build the Sentence 20 Build the Sentence printable worksheets using words and themes all about CAMPING! These NO PREP printables are ready for you to print and go!
Camping themes include: tents, fishing, bugs, campfires, s'mores, bears, snakes, hiking, backpacks, sleeping bags, songs, hot dogs, rain and swimming.
Build the Sentence printables are perfect for morning work, stations, centers, literacy tubs, homework, small group, individual practice, early finishers, sub plans or 5-minute fillers.
Students will: -Cut out the words at the bottom of the page. -Build the sentence on their desk (a great time to remind them about capital letters at the beginning and punctuation at the end). -Glue the sentence in the correct order on their page. -Practice writing the sight/dolch word in the box. -Draw a picture about the sentence. -Practice writing the sentence nice and neat.
2 different versions included to help fit the needs of your students: (10) Four word sentences (10) Five word sentences